Aging Aircraft

Credit: Timco Aviation Services
It just doesn't pay to assume anything in this business. A case-in-point is Southwest Airlines Flight 812, a Boeing 737-300 that suddenly depressurized at altitude on April 1. The initial assumption was that the 39,781-cycle, 737 was the latest craft to succumb to the popular media's venerable...

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